Pilates for Indie Rockers

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Pilates For Indie Rockers
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DVD box. Designed by Robert Anthony Jr. Photos by Daniel Giberson.
Directed by Matt Pizzolo
Produced by Matt Pizzolo, Brian Giberson, DiY-Fest
Starring Chaos, Rage Burner
Distributed by HALO 8 Entertainment
Release date
November 13, 2007
Running time
45 min.
Country United States
Language English

Pilates For Indie Rockers is a fitness video that matches a traditional pilates workout with contemporary indie rock music and attitude.

The DVD features certified yoga instructor Chaos running a mat-style pilates workout with the assistance of Rage Burner, who demonstrates the beginner moves. The DVD also features a Beginner's Session and three audio "channels" of musical soundscapes: pop-punk, indie, and heavy.[1][2][3][4][5]

The DVD is slated for a November 13, 2007 nationwide release by HALO 8 Entertainment. Its sister-release Yoga For Indie Rockers was released on October 30, 2007.

Track listing[edit]

Music Channel 1[edit]

  1. From The Bottom Of This Bottle - Crash Romeo
  2. Catastrophe - Deciding Tonight
  3. Run This City - Jet Lag Gemini
  4. We Want Guarantees, Not Hunger Pains - Closure In Moscow
  5. Last One To Know - Hello Nurse
  6. You Can Wake Up Now - Disarming Arctica
  7. Glass Figurines - DoubleheadeR
  8. Too Late For Us - BEDlight For BlueEYES
  9. Giving It All Tonight - Roses Are Red
  10. Last Day Of Winter - Pelican (closing meditation)

Music Channel 2[edit]

  1. Beds and Lawns - Sorry About Dresden
  2. Damage Done - Veruca Salt
  3. Please Fire Me - The Icarus Line
  4. Kiss The Haze - House of Fools
  5. Glories Yesterday - Two Lone Swordsmen
  6. Lady Faire - The Cassettes
  7. Run Together - Criteria
  8. Radar - Radio Vago

Music Channel 3[edit]

  1. Dangerous - The End
  2. TwentyXXSeven - Bring Out Your Dead
  3. Setting Fire To Sleeping Giants - The Dillinger Escape Plan
  4. Permanence - This Is Hell
  5. Hunt You Down - Alec Empire
  6. Who Believes Enough? - Ladyfinger
  7. Stalwart Carapace - Edgey

References[edit]

  1. ^ Winston, Nancy. "Media That Motivates You". Women's Health Magazine. July, 2008.
  2. ^ Simon, Leslie & Tim Kanan. "[1]". Alternative Press #229. August, 2007.
  3. ^ Phares, Heather. "Move Over Punk Rock Aerobics, Now There's Something Mellower". All Music Blog. January, 2008.
  4. ^ Dahlke, Kurt. "Pilates For Indie Rockers DVD review". DVD Talk. October, 2007.
  5. ^ Cooper, Leonie. "Yoga Rocks!". The Guardian UK. December, 2007.

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